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OAT HID ROAD ICTIM DEAD IN EDGE

OAT HID ROAD ICTIM DEAD IN EDGE

A POLICEMAN cycling at Over, near Gloucester, saw in a field a car and a woman. The car had ploughed through a hedge, breaking it down. There's no one hurt," said the woman, Mrs. Isobella Brown, of Chudley House, Ferndale - road, London, as she asked him to get in touch with the
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GERMANS PROTEST ABOUT COLONIES

GERMANS PROTEST ABOUT COLONIES

GERMANY has sent a protest through the Swedish and Swiss Governments—to France and Britain, complaining that the Allies use former German colonies for war purposes. This, says Germany, is a violation of international law, as her former colonies are mandates and not the possessio
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAIL CALLED TO TACK!. EIRE CRISIS

DAIL CALLED TO TACK!. EIRE CRISIS

THE Eire Cabinet is to ask for drastic powers to tackle the crisis following the Dublin arms raid. The Dail has been called for a special meeting on Wednesday. The Cabinet met yesterday. It is reported that in order to suppress illegal organisations it will ask for a measure ena
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE DAILY MIRROR

THE DAILY MIRROR

December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SON FOR AN M.P.

SON FOR AN M.P.

Lady Isabel Guinness, wife of Squadron- Leader Loel Guinness, M.P., to whom the birth of a son was announced yesterday. Member of a well-known Dublin family, Squadron-Leader Guinness has been Conservative M.P. for Bath since 1931 and is one of the eighteen M.P.s in the R.A.F. In
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
OUR SHELLS ARE DOUBLED

OUR SHELLS ARE DOUBLED

S INCE war broke out Britain has doubled her output of shells—and multiplied her gun production by eight in many factories. Mr. Leslie Burgin, Minister of Supply, said so at a Press conference yesterday. He went on:— " We have put in hand twenty new Government ordnance factories
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SILLYSTRATION

SILLYSTRATION

" They were having a heated argument." Miss P. White, of 33, Carlton-road, Erith, Kent, was the first reader to send this suggestion. I
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POOLED

POOLED

Mr. P. BROWN, of Ludlow, writes : Your publication of my letter about pooling labour with France has started something. The Allied Trades Unions are discussing my plan in secret! Why in secret ? Note the imaginary difficulties already assumed. Sir Walter Citrine is afraid that,
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
MYSTERY MIST

MYSTERY MIST

" CUMULUS," of Hailsham, Sussex, writes:— Can you enlighten your (I'm sure) millions of puzzled readers about these smoke-screens which German reconnaissance aeroplanes are reported to emit at the slightest provocation ? Surely an aeroplane can't hide in a smoke screen which it
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GOVERNMENT BACKS UNIONS

GOVERNMENT BACKS UNIONS

Thousands of Indian and Chinese labourers in Malaya are to be encouraged to form trade unions as a result of legislation introduced in the Straits Settlements. The new legislation, which provides for industrial arbitration courts, as well as the recoznition of workers and employ
December 30, 1939 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England